|Tournament:||La Liga 2017-18|
|Match Date:||23 Sep 2017|
|Start Time:||11:00 AM|
|Match:||Sevilla vs Atletico Madrid|
|Address:||28022 Madrid, Spain|
Sevilla FC, the oldest football club in Spain, was formed on 25 January 1890. The club is the most successful team of the autonomous community of Andalusia and has achieved a La Liga title, 5 Spanish Cups, a Spanish Super Cup, 5 UEFA Europa Leagues and also a UEFA Super Cup. Sevilla became the first club to be named as the World’s best club by the International Federation of Football History & Statistics twice consecutively in 2006 and 2007. Sevilla plays their Seville derby against their local rivals Real Betis.
Argentine coach Eduardo Berizzo took the role of the head coach of Sevilla in June 2017, and under his guidance the club has already defeated the Champions League side Istanbul BB with 4-3 aggregate. The club has also started the La Liga 2017-18 season quite well and the fans are now expecting a tremendous success of the club this season.
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In the next five matches Sevilla will face 3 La Liga opponents and two Champions League teams to secure their place in the top spot of the competitions. With an undefeated streak in Champions League and La Liga 2017-18 till now, Sevilla is expected to achieve a pretty good place in the league table of 2017-18 and also in the UCL. Here goes the full detail of the next matches of Sevilla.
Competition: La Liga [Matchday 6] Date: 23rd September 2017 [Saturday] 11:00AM [GMT] Venue: Wanda Metropolitano
Competition: Champions League [Matchday 2] Date: 26th September 2017 [Tuesday] 6:45 PM [GMT] Venue: Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium
Competition: La Liga [Matchday 7] Date: 30th September 2017 [Saturday] 2:15 PM [GMT] Venue: Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium
Competition: La Liga [Matchday 8] Date: 14th October 2017 [Saturday] 11:00 AM [GMT] Venue: San Mamés Stadium
Competition: Champions League [Matchday 3] Date: 17th October 2017 [Tuesday] 6:45 PM [GMT] Venue: Otkrytiye Arena
Here goes the entire detail of all the matches Sevilla played or will play in the new season of 2017-18. We will update the scores of each match regularly, so keep your eyes on the page to know the latest performance, live stream and scores of the Spanish club Sevilla.
* All times are in GMT [Greenwich Mean Time]
|17.08.2017||Istanbul BB vs. Sevilla||Champions League||BaşakşehirFatihTerim Stadium||1-2||FT|
|20.08.2017||Sevilla vs. Espanyol||La Liga||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||1-1||FT|
|23.08.2017||Sevilla vs. Istanbul BB||Champions League||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||2-2||FT|
|27.08.2017||Getafe vs. Sevilla||La Liga||Coliseum Alfonso Pérez||0-1||FT|
|09.09.2017||Sevilla vs. Eibar||La Liga||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||3-0||FT|
|13.09.2017||Liverpool vs. Sevilla||Champions League||Anfield||2-2||FT|
|17.09.2017||Girona vs. Sevilla||La Liga||EstadiMontilivi||0-1||FT|
|20.09.2017||Sevilla vs. Las Palmas||La Liga||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||1-0||FT|
|23.09.2017||Atletico Madrid vs. Sevilla||La Liga||Wanda Metropolitano||–||11:00 AM|
|26.09.2017||Sevilla vs. NK Maribor||Champions League||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||–||6:45 PM|
|30.09.2017||Sevilla vs. Malaga||La Liga||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||–||2:15 PM|
|14.10.2017||Athletic vs. Sevilla||La Liga||San Mamés Stadium||–||11:00 AM|
|17.10.2017||Spart Moscow vs. Sevilla||Champions League||Otkrytiye Arena||–||6:45 PM|
|22.10.2017||Valencia vs. Sevilla||La Liga||Mestalla Stadium||–||TBD|
|29.10.2017||Sevilla vs. Leganes||La Liga||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||–||TBD|
|01.11.2017||Sevilla vs. Spart Moscow||Champions League||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||–||7:45 PM|
|05.11.2017||Barcelona vs. Sevilla||La Liga||Camp Nou||–||TBD|
|19.11.2017||Sevilla vs. Celta Vigo||La Liga||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||–||TBD|
|21.11.2017||Sevilla vs. Liverpool||Champions League||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||–||7:45 PM|
|26.11.2017||Villarreal vs. Sevilla||La Liga||Estadio de la Cerámica||–||TBD|
|03.12.2017||Sevilla vs. Deportivo||La Liga||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||–||TBD|
|06.12.2017||NK Maribor vs. Sevilla||Champions League||Ljudskivrt Stadium||–||7:45 PM|
|10.12.2017||Real Madrid vs. Sevilla||La Liga||Santiago Bernabéu||–||TBD|
|17.12.2017||Sevilla vs. Levante||La Liga||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||–||TBD|
|20.12.2017||Real Sociedad vs. Sevilla||La Liga||Anoeta Stadium||–||TBD|
|07.01.2018||Sevilla vs. Betis||La Liga||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||–||TBD|
|14.01.2018||Alaves vs. Sevilla||La Liga||Mendizorrotza Stadium||–||TBD|
|21.01.2018||Espanyol vs. Sevilla||La Liga||RCDE Stadium||–||TBD|
|28.01.2018||Sevilla vs. Getafe||La Liga||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||–||TBD|
|04.02.2018||Eibar vs. Sevilla||La Liga||Ipurua Municipal Stadium||–||TBD|
|11.02.2018||Sevilla vs. Girona||La Liga||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||–||TBD|
|18.02.2018||Las Palmas vs. Sevilla||La Liga||Estadio Gran Canaria||–||TBD|
|25.02.2018||Sevilla vs. Atletico||La Liga||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||–||TBD|
|28.02.2018||Malaga vs. Sevilla||La Liga||La Rosaleda Stadium||–||TBD|
|04.03.2018||Sevilla vs. Athletic||La Liga||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||–||TBD|
|11.03.2018||Sevilla vs. Valencia||La Liga||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||–||TBD|
|18.03.2018||Leganes vs. Sevilla||La Liga||Estadio Municipal de Butarque||–||TBD|
|01.04.2018||Sevilla vs. Barcelona||La Liga||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||–||TBD|
|08.04.2018||Celta Vigo vs. Sevilla||La Liga||Balaídos Stadium||–||TBD|
|15.04.2018||Sevilla vs. Villarreal||La Liga||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||–||TBD|
|18.04.2018||Deportivo vs. Sevilla||La Liga||EstadioRiazor||–||TBD|
|22.04.2018||Sevilla vs. Real Madrid||La Liga||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||–||TBD|
|29.04.2018||Levante vs. Sevilla||La Liga||EstadiCiutat de València||–||TBD|
|06.05.2018||Sevilla vs. Real Sociedad||La Liga||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||–||TBD|
|13.05.2018||Betis vs. Sevilla||La Liga||Estadio Benito Villamarín||–||TBD|
|20.05.2018||Sevilla vs. Alaves||La Liga||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||–||TBD|
Here we will update the recent five matches’ results of Sevilla so that you can always be updated about your favorite team. So keep your eyes on this page of Sporteology to know the latest results and highlights of the Spanish club Sevilla.
The first half remained goalless in the La Liga game of Sevilla against Getafe. Sevilla then made some quick changes in the second half while sending Luis Muriel and Pablo Sarabia on ground. Ganso then scored the only goal of the match by a brilliant left footed shot from a marvelous cross by Gabriel Mercado in the 83rd minute of the game. Getafe failed to score any equalizer after that and the match ended in favor of Sevilla with 1-0 score.
Sevilla won an amazing match at their home ground Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium against, with 3 wonderful goals all of which were scored in the 2nd half of the match. Ganso scored in the 46th min, and Wissam Ben Yedder made a shot half an hour later, in the 76th min. Nolito sealed the victory in the 90+2nd min with the 3rd goal.
Sevilla started pretty well against Liverpool in the UCL game and Wissam Ben Yedder scored the first goal in 5th minute. Roberto Firmino then scored the equalizer for Liverpool in the 21st minute with a brilliant shot. Mohamed Salah then scored the second goal in the 37th minute which was then equalized by Sevilla’s Joaquín Correa 72nd minute. Liverpool’s Joe Gomez was sent off by red card in the extra time of the second half and the match ended as a 2-2 draw.
Girona started the La Liga match against Sevilla in quite an aggressive manner and got a yellow card in the first half while Sevilla also got 2 yellows. Girona conceded the goal from a brilliant strike by Sevilla’s Luis Muriel in the 69th minute from a cross by Franco Vázquez. Girona, on the other hand, failed to score any equalizer after that and the match ended as 1-0 in favor of Sevilla.
Sevilla started the match with full confidence while Las Palmas got their first yellow card in the 1st minute of the game. Las Palmas was successful of restricting Sevilla to score in the first half but got their blow when Jesús Navas scored a marvelous goal in the 83rd minute of the game. Las Palmas failed to score any equalizer after that and the match ended with 1-0 score in favor of Sevilla.